I did try to say that Portas was not the answer. I'm not so green as I'm cabbage looking you know.
When I interviewed Peter I didn't just talk the talk - I walked it.
Here is the video I made (the first one ever) of the trek about 10 miles from Folkestone Station to Dover station across the cliff top.
This video was first shown on my diet and fitness blog here:
the best party ever in all of Thanet
A while back I caught up with local photographer Peter Checksfield to interview him for Hundred Quid a Day
Peter has set himself up in business as a hiking and cycling tour guide. His business is called Checker's Kent Treks which takes individuals and groups of all fitness levels out into Kent for some fresh air and exercise (something I need more of).
During the Ramsgate carnival I spotted this deadly invader.
Late last night the Dane Valley Arms suffered a fire
The Dane Valley Arms was, at the time, not in use and had been boarded up. The above video was shot by a local businessman.
Apparently there has been no discharge into our local bit of the sea (this time).
Good news I'm sure.
I understand that there has been another sewage discharge at Foreness Point in Broadstairs.
If so then once again the sea will be unfit for swimming in.
Does anyone know any more?
I recently took a visit to the boating pool in Ramsgate.
Here's the write up I did for another blog I write.